Curve and Shake
Produced by Walter Salas-Humara
Written by Walter Salas-Humara and Amy Daggett
Recorded by
Published by Lagartija Music BMI
Walter Salas-Humara at Studio Double You, Flagstaff, Arizona
Steve Drizos at his studio, Portland, Oregon
Walter Salas-Humara - Voice and Guitar
Ryan Williams - Electric Piano
Steve Drizos - Latin Percussion
Mixed by
Walter Salas-Humara and Ryan Williams at Studio Double You
Mastered by
Dave McNair at Dave McNair Mastering


(Daggett, Salas-Humara)

Late afternoon by the front door
We spark our trail with the first look
Spending time, wanting more
Thirty years outside the Yearbook

I'm taking this gift,I'm taking this gamble
Riding the chairlift up the steepest angle
What can we offer, what promise can we make
Twist, bend, curse and shake

In our room on the eighth floor
Talk steals sleep from the night
Spending time, wanting more
The perfect moment to be alive

Repeat Chorus

Snow flies in late October
From Flagstaff to a village in the East
Hearts are stretched to distant corners
Arizona to Fourteenth Street
We will imagine our next vacation
And this song might take us there
No time zone, no destination
No matter what, no matter where

Repeat Chorus